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Hi there! Interesting analysis on Rachmaninoff's Etudes :) Might be a good idea to link to it from the discussion page of the Etudes; or else it won't be findable by other people. --Feldmahler 19:06, 25 January 2007 (EST)

Hi there, thanks for the suggestion, I would love to move it so more people would read it, but I'm very new to this website and I dont know how to yet, I have many scores I would like to upload, and i have already uploaded the RĂ©miniscences de Don Juan, but i dont know if I have done it right, when i press composers name in the browse scores section on the left hand side, the score i uploaded isnt there, it would be a tremendous help to me if you would guide me to use this website, thank you :)

Well... in order to make a score appear correctly on IMSLP you will have to follow the walkthrough. Also, the guidelines page is useful sometimes, so you might want to read it :) For the analysis, you can do something like what I did with the Dissonant Quartet.--Feldmahler 10:08, 26 January 2007 (EST)

Thank you so much, that walkthrough helped perfectly, I really should have seen it seen as its on the main page and all, you know, silly me, thank you though seriously!

Your welcome :) --Feldmahler 13:43, 26 January 2007 (EST)

Thanks for uploading Reminscences de Don Juan! I was wondering if you could upload the two ossia pages that should be on page 34 and 35 of the edition you uploaded. The edition says that the ossia is rarely played these days, but every version I've heard uses it. --Stewy5714 12:57, 20 September 2008 (EDT)

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